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2 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage e-Safety in the Home

3 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage What is e-Safety? What are your biggest worries about e-Safety? What do you think your children are doing online? What skills do they need to have to be safe? How can we help them? e-Safety in the Home

4 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage What is e-Safety? e-Safety is about ensuring that children learn to use new technologies in a way which will keep them safe without limiting their opportunities for creativity, communication and confidence in today’s technological world.

5 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage “At a public swimming pool we have gates, put up signs, have lifeguards and shallow ends, but we also teach children how to swim.” Dr Tanya Byron e-Safety in the Home

6 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage What do you think your children are doing online?

7 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage How many 8-11 year olds have a social networking account?? A 5% B 10% C 50% D 28%

8 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage A 5% B 10% C 50% D 28% How many 9-10 year olds have a social networking account? This rises to 75% of years olds

9 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage What is the estimated weekly hours of internet consumption for year olds? A 20 B 10 C 7 D 15

10 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage A 20 B 10 C 7 D 15 What is the estimated weekly hours of internet consumption for year olds? This is 5.5 for 5-7 year olds 8 hours for 8-11 year olds

11 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage How many children aged 8-11 have a mobile phone? A 12% B 75% C 48% D 29%

12 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage How many children aged 8-11 have a mobile phone? A 12% B 75% C 48% D 29% It is 87% for year old with 41% of these being Smart phones (Internet access)

13 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage A 5% B 20% C 12% D 55% What % of 8-11 year olds ‘talk’ to people they do not directly know?

14 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage What % of 8-11 year olds ‘talk’ to people they do not directly know? A 5% B 20% C 12% D 55% It is 24% for year olds

15 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage Where do children prefer learning about how to use technology? A parents B friends C school D instruction manual

16 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage Where do children prefer learning about how to use technology? A parents B friends C school D instruction manual 53% 48% 39% 7%

17 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage Risks and rewards of the Internet What am I doing? Watch Jigsaw video from Think U Know website

18 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage Risks and rewards of the Internet What are the risks?What are the rewards? Wrong information Grooming Cyber-bullying Too much screen time Illegal downloads Managing friendships Information Sharing created content Awareness of the world Normalising extreme behaviour

19 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage Parents’ views: - harmful and inappropriate content Grooming viruses Children’s and young people’s views: reputational damage online bullying Facebook (‘a necessity of life’) - ID theft Media’s views: Grooming Pornography Viruses Underage Facebook use Risks and rewards of the Internet

20 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage Personal responsibility: Know when to Tell Block Report Know how to Make the right choices Speak appropriately Set privacy settings Check accuracy What skills do they need to have?

21 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage Telling, blocking and reporting What skills do they need to have?

22 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage Making the right choices and speaking appropriately What skills do they need to have? Don’t use a webcam with people you don’t know. Turn webcam off after use.

23 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage Check accuracy – don’t accept what’s written! What skills do they need to have?

24 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage What skills do they need to have?

25 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage Self-regulation: Time spent and appropriateness of games played Security settings: Who are they playing with? What are they communicating? What skills do they need to have? Parent’s information video https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/parentsguide/

26 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage What skills do they need to have? Knowledge of settings: Password protection Location tracking Knowledge of appropriate use: Respect Reporting

27 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage Setting privacy settings – who knows their password? What skills do they need to have?

28 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage Don’t fall for scams! Protect your online reputation What skills do they need to have?

29 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage What skills do they need to have? What is their ‘digital footprint’?

30 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage Safe -Don’t give out personal information to people you don’t trust Meeting -Meeting someone you met online can be dangerous Accepting -Accepting Internet content you don’t trust can be dangerous Reliable - Information found on the Internet may not always be reliable Tell - Tell someone if something is bothering you What skills do they need to have?

31 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage What skills do they need to have? Tell someone if something is bothering you Let’s Fight It Together

32 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage How can we help? I am safe.I am safe ☺ I am safe  I am kind and responsible  I think carefully © It’s not mine

33 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage

34 What do parents do? Talk Share Model How can we help?

35 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage What skills do they need to have?

36 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage How can we help?  Block sites that are not age appropriate  limit inappropriate and illegal material  Set timings – automatic switch off at bedtime  Monitor activity

37 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage Simple steps to protection  I have asked my child to show me sites they use  I have asked my child to set the security settings on all the technologies they use  I have asked my child to only accept people they know and trust in the real world as online “Friends”  I have set safe settings on our computer/laptop and set adult content filters on my child’s smart phone  My child has agreed to tell me if they are worried about something online

38 lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage How can we help? Improve your knowledge – and ask questions! Somerset ICT parents’ site Knowthenet.org Grapple


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